New York,

01 May 1901

02 November 1901

more than 8,000,000

Site: 141 hectares
(350 acres)

Known perhaps most famously for the site of the assassination of U.S. President McKinley, Buffalo was the eighth largest city in the United States at the time. The newly invented X-ray machine was also displayed here.


The Court of Fountains

The Pan-American Exposition Illustrated - reproduction of photo book by C. D. Arnold
Doing the Pan: A Virtual Tour of the Pan-American Exposition
Buffalo 1901: Pan-American Exposition Bird's Eye View of Grounds and Map of Exposition - from the University of Maryland
Buffalo Police Then and Now - 1901 Pan-American Exposition
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York, 1901 - from Neonatology on the Web
The Grandeur's [sic] of The Pan American Exposition -1901 - from The Buffalonian
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 - from the University of Delaware Library
Through a Clouded Mirror: Africa at the Pan American Exposition, Buffalo 1901 - from the Buffalo Museum of Science
Music Images from the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 - from SUNY Buffalo
President McKinley and the Pan-American Exposition of 1901 - from the Library of Congress
A Souvenir of the Pan-American Exposition - from the Buffalo History Works
Illuminations: Revisiting the Buffalo Pan-American Exposition of 1901 - from SUNY Buffalo
Pan-American Exposition - from Wikipedia
Pan-American Exposition, 1901-2001 - from the National Park Service
The Pan Am's Who's Who
Map of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition Grounds - from the National Park Service
History/Exterior Photos - Group 1 - photos of the only remaining building
Africans, Darkies and Negroes: Black Faces at the Pan American Exposition of 1901, Buffalo, New York - from the Buffalonian
Murder at the Expo: The Assassination of President William McKinley - from Court TV's Crime Library
Pan American Exposition: World's Fair as Historical Metaphor - by Mark Goldman
The Pan-American Exposion [sic] 1901 - by Greg Jandura, on TrainWeb.org
Architecture, Sculpture, and Color Schmes at the 1901 Pan-American Exposition - by Eliza Northwood
Prominent Bands Made Trip to Buffalo in 1901 - originally in the Amherst Bee
Panorama of Esplanade by Night - video at the Library of Congress
The Official Flag - from Flags of the World

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